A fine re-defining
Victorian Village kitchen and bath undergo elegant remodel
Adding a funky splash of color to the timeless appeal of this black and white kitchen is the contemporary Lumiere chandelier by Jean de Merry.
Soft veins in the Brazilian soapstone backsplash make for a striking backdrop to the cooktop and potfiller area.
By removing a second stairwell to the upper floor and a short wall, the homeowners gained five feet of width in their kitchen design.
A Chicago street scene piece by Columbus artist, Ryan Orewiler, is a major focal point in the new kitchen design.
A butler’s pantry and wet bar are conveniently placed on the wall between the kitchen and the adjacent dining room.
A wallpaper pattern that the homeowner refers to as “Broken i-Phone” is actually titled “Channels” by Kelly Wearstler.
“The Bully,” one of the first five paintings from CCAD graduate Craig Carlisle’s “Big Head” series serves as wall art in this foyer.
Ketron’s team moved this window and sink a few feet to the left to get the workstation out of its cramped corner.
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